Spumante Metodo Classico Brut Gozzi

Spumante Millesimato obtained from Pinot Noir and Chardonnay grapes. The manual harvest, the care in all operations and the immediate pressing allow us to maintain all of the flavours and aromas these varieties and the terroir can give. Following the Metodo Classico, the "base" wine makes a second fermentation in bottle, where it stays over yeasts for minimum 60 months. The final product is an extremely pleasant spumante that can be tasted as an aperitif, paired with seafish, shellfish and red meat. Perfect in any special moment of the day.

Technical Sheet

Grapes: Pinot Nero 60%, Chardonnay 40%.
Alcohol content: 13%vol.
Sugar content: "Brut", 8 g/l. Vineyards: on pebbly, calcareous soil with clay spots, typical on the Mantova Morainic Hills a few km south from the Garda Lake. The vines are trained with the spurred cordon.
Production: almost 80q/ha. Harvest: manual, early, with a severe selection of the grapes.
Fermentation: after a soft pressing, the flower must ferments at a controlled temperature of 17°C.
Re-fermentation: following the "Classic Method" the refermentation takes place in bottle, where the wine rests between 60 and 72 months on the yeasts.
Colour: bright yellow, brilliant with golden reflexes.
Perlage: little and elegant bubbles, persistent in mouth.
Aroma: intense, of white flowers and bread.
Flavour: powerful, vigorous, dry. The perfect mix of Pinot Nero and Chardonnay allows it to show a good structure, well balanced and very elegant.
Pairing: Fantastic as an aperitif and for celebrations. The great elegance allows pairings with fish or shellfish and the remarkable structure makes it a good match for red meat or cheese. Perfect with a dessert.
Best served at: 6-8°C.

(Monzambano - view from the castle)